Passionate About Our National Parks? You and Subaru Have Something in Common

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By Terri Marshall

NORTHAMPTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / June 11, 2024 / Subaru of America, Inc.
Originally published on A Girls Guide to Cars

Through the National Park Foundation's Outdoor Exploration initiative and ParkVentures program, Subaru is helping more people create life-long relationships with the outdoors. In 2022, through the support of Subaru, ParkVentures supported the efforts of more than 55 organizations to connect more people, including those with differing abilities, to meaningful experiences in our national parks. Among those organizations is Black People Who Hike. Subaru developed a direct relationship with this organization which aims to help address the lack of representation in parks by empowering, educating and engaging Black people in the outdoors.

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3bbc583b-4a4f-4e84-97ac-3df3eb2f7171.pngPhoto courtesy of A Girls Guide to Cars: GGTC Forester and Me in Shenandoah National Park Photo Credit Greg Holder

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SOURCE: Subaru of America, Inc.



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